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Facial Trauma Repair in Glendale

If you or a loved one has experienced facial trauma, navigating through the physical and emotional aftermath can be challenging. At Southwest Oral Surgery, our experienced team are dedicated to helping you restore both function and aesthetics through our advanced facial trauma repair treatments in Glendale, Arizona.

With compassionate care and cutting-edge techniques, we strive to provide you with the support you need to regain confidence and wellbeing.

Our Approach to Facial Trauma Treatment

Facial injuries can result from various incidents such as automobile accidents, workplace injuries, sports-related accidents, falls, or interpersonal violence. Regardless of the cause, facial trauma can have a profound impact on your overall health and appearance. Our skilled oral surgeons are adept at addressing a wide range of facial injuries, including:

  • Intraoral lacerations
  • Avulsed (knocked-out) teeth
  • Facial lacerations
  • Fractured facial bones (cheeks, eye socket, nose)
  • Fractured upper or lower jaw

With decades of combined experience, our team understands the complexities involved in treating injuries to the soft and bone tissues of the face. We tailor our treatment approach to meet your specific needs, whether it involves in-office procedures or hospital-based care. Our goal is to deliver gentle, high-quality treatment that not only restores your health but also enhances your facial aesthetics.

Facial Trauma Causes

Facial injuries can stem from a variety of accidents and incidents, each requiring specialized care and expertise. Whether it’s a sports-related injury, blunt force trauma, workplace accident, or motor vehicle collision, our team is equipped to handle the complexities of facial trauma treatment.

We utilize state-of-the-art technology and diagnostic tools to assess the extent of the injury and develop a tailored treatment plan to promote optimal healing and recovery.

Facial Trauma Treatment Options

Treating facial trauma is highly individualized, considering the location and severity of the injury and the patient’s aesthetic concerns. Our surgeons approach each case with precision and caution, aiming to preserve both the structural integrity and cosmetic appearance of the face. Whether it involves addressing nasal fractures, reconstructing facial bones, or repairing soft tissue injuries, we utilize advanced techniques to achieve optimal outcomes.

The nose is particularly susceptible to fractures due to its prominence and delicate structure. In cases of nasal fractures, we collaborate with ENT specialists to ensure comprehensive care. Treatment may involve addressing breathing difficulties, correcting nasal deformities, and restoring aesthetics through procedures such as rhinoplasty. Our goal is to restore both form and function, helping patients regain confidence in their appearance.

Facial fractures may require a combination of surgical approaches, including the use of titanium plates and screws or wiring the jaw together to stabilize the fracture. Our surgeons utilize minimally invasive techniques whenever possible, opting for incisions that minimize scarring and promote optimal healing.

By conducting thorough evaluations and utilizing advanced imaging technology such as CT scans, we can develop precise treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs.

Comprehensive Care for Facial Trauma

At Southwest Oral Surgery, we recognize that facial trauma treatment extends beyond addressing physical injuries. It requires a comprehensive approach that considers both functional and aesthetic outcomes.

Our surgeons specialize in mending fractures while paying close attention to cosmetic details, ensuring that the results are not only natural but also aesthetically pleasing.

If you’ve experienced facial trauma, don’t let it diminish your quality of life. At Southwest Oral Surgery, we’re here to help you navigate the road to recovery with compassion, expertise, and personalized care. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards restoring your health and confidence.

Our Experienced Oral Surgeons

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Dr. Robert Buch, DDS, MD

Dr. Buch received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree (DDS) in 1992 from the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry in Richmond, Virginia. After serving 3 years as an active-duty dentist in the U.S. Navy, he completed a four-year oral & maxillofacial surgical residency in 1999 at the University of Cincinnati Hospitals in Cincinnati, Ohio. His passion for surgery, medicine, and knowledge led Dr. Buch to complete his Medical Degree (MD) at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 2001.